Workforce Solutions of West Central Texas Board Presents Check to Cancer Services Network

December 19, 2012

A check in the amount of $1,300.00 was presented to Cancer Services Network by the Workforce Solutions of West Central Texas Board on Tuesday, December 18, 2012 in Abilene.

ABILENE, TEXAS –On Tuesday, December 18, 2012, Workforce Solutions of West Central Texas Board, presented a check in the amount of $1,300.00 to Cancer Services Network.
October was National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Workforce Solutions of West Central Texas held luncheon events on October 25th and 26th. Workforce staff purchased t-shirts and made donations based upon the best “homemade” hot sauce. Donations were also accepted for other miscellaneous items. The Center staff raised $1,300.00 during the two-day event, and 100% of the money was donated to the local Cancer Services Network to assist with mammography screening.
Questions regarding this event may be directed to Steve Collins, Business Resources Consultant, for the West Central Texas Workforce Board, at 325-795-4304 or by e-mail to steve.collins@workforcesystem.org.
The Workforce Solutions of West Central Texas Board is one of 28 boards in the state charged with oversight and policy-making responsibility for workforce and training programs in a nineteen county region. Additional information on the Board's economic development efforts or services for business customers may be obtained by calling the Workforce Board at (325) 795-4200 or by visiting the website at www.workforcesystem.org.
The West Central Texas Workforce Development Board is an equal opportunity employer. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities (1-800-735-2989 TDD or 1-800-735-2988 voice) for accessible communication.

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